MotoGP » Marquez heads for all-or-nothing shot at rookie MotoGP history

"Obviously we know what is at stake in this final grand prix of the year" - Marc Marquez.

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November 05, 2013 12:18 PM
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Yamaha is doing a great job, relax the technical limitations a bit and you'll see where everyone belongs,, yamahas will surely beat hondas fair and square,, honda is making the most of technical limitations/restrictions by banking heavily in R&D unfortunately others don't have same resources for development...


November 05, 2013 12:24 PM

Yamaha is NOT doing a great job ... if it was not for Lorenzo, they would be nowhere, sorry but that's the truth. Honda would be winning by 10 seconds every race.

Go Marc, hope you take this one this year


November 05, 2013 12:51 PM

On Sunday we will see the measure of Marquez.
Will he get over-excited and go off ?
Or will he be mature and sensible and just make sure he stays ahead on points?
Personally I think he'll go from rookie to alien in his first season.
I think he is a thinking, even cunning racer and he'll take the points to win the championship, even if it means finishing behind Dani.


November 05, 2013 1:17 PM

Hopefully the top three finish in the top three this weeken, as they all deserve a good result. They've had a rough season, but they have all been very very strong.

I'm hoping for Marquez to be world champion, but even if he were to come off and Lorenzo wins it, you have to give credit to Lorenzo. He's been tenacious and fast all season too.

You don't win a world championship without deserving it.

Best of luck to them all


November 05, 2013 2:05 PM

I've a new-found respect for JLo this year. Although Marc deserves it by staying uninjured and also due to the screw-up in PI. It'd be a bit smelly if JLo gets it due to #99s 'complications' at PI, although he would also be a worthy WC this year.
I'd have preferred Dani to get it though!!!


November 05, 2013 2:10 PM

I remember Dani making that *****ic passing move on Hayden 1 race before the decider in 2006 and taking him out...That was one of the craziest things I ever saw in motorsport. Maybe a bit of history repeating on Sunday?

michael wall

November 05, 2013 2:52 PM

I think one strategy for Marc would be to just follow Dani around, Dani is very smooth and competitive. Plus, he will have fun racing with his mate, done alot of it all season... and keep his mind of HorHey. Doesn't really matter what he does anyway.

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